Nelson Mandela: "no Easy Walk to Freedom" : a Biography

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Scholastic, Jan 1, 1991 - Political Science - 164 pages
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A biography tracing Mandela's remarkable life--from his boyhood in the Transkei Territory and his role as a political leader, to his struggle on behalf of the African National Congress and subsequent imprisonment. Photographs.

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User Review  - Toni - Goodreads

Well written, easy to read and understand South Africa's history and Nelson Mandela's important role in its history. Enjoyed. Read full review

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User Review  - Yasmeen - Goodreads

Grade/interest level: Middle School Reading level: 950L Genre: Biography, Informational Main Characters: narrator Setting: South Africa POV: first person This book is about the inspiring life of ... Read full review

About the author (1991)

Barry Denenberg's biographies have garnered excellent reviews. He won a Jefferson Cup Honor Award for "When Will This Cruel War Be Over?: The Civil War Diary of Emma Simpson" (Dear America, 1996). The Jefferson Cup is awarded by the Virginia Library Association's Children's and Young Adult Round Table. It honors a distinguished biography, historical fiction or American history book for young people. Mr. Denenberg lives in New York state. Christopher Bing won a 2001 Caldecott Honor Award for "Casey at the Bat," the classic 1888 poem. "The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere" was called "an impressive volume" (PW). In a starred review, Booklist termed it "a remarkable visual interpretation of Longfellow's classic poem." Mr. Bing lives in Massachusetts. Rich Deas is an Art Director, designer, and illustrator with a strong focus on book design. He has created hundreds of book covers. Mr. Deas lives in New Jersey.

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